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With Beloved Exile, acclaimed composer Steve Moore revisits his favourite themes of minimalism, drone music, electronica, ethereal, and new age elements to bring forth one of his prettiest works.
On Time Out of Time finds experimental artist William Basinski harnessing the energy of a cosmic event to produce the latest installment in his study on the concept of time.
From the Adirondacks to clouds of cosmic dust, "post-everything" band Tangents defy genres and conventions on New Bodies. The magic relies less on what they separate than on what they unite.
Coupled with a sharper sound and stronger hooks, Beak's >>> stands as the band's most engaging album to date.
Shapeshifting Sydney quintet Tangents burn the genre maps and follow their impeccable improv instincts on New Bodies.
The Books' Paul de Jong speaks through the voices of others with his ambitious and eclectic second solo effort You Fucken Sucker.